Basic and Advanced Calculations for the Solution of Problems in the Chemical Industry
The book guides the reader through basic and advanced calculations of key parameters in industrial processes. It is intended for anyone who wishes to improve his or her skills in solving real-life calculations pertaining to large-scale technological processes such as ammonia synthesis, sulphuric acid production, nitric acid production, etc. The exercises are supplied with answers to guide the reader through the solutions found in the chemical industry today. The unique aspect of this book is that it provides a hands-on guide to solving industrially relevant problems in currently existing installations with recycle-loops, cascades of reactors, etc. In short: the book is a collection of all of the most important calculations needed in the chemical industry today.
Krzysztof Schmidt-Szałowski, currently Professor Emeritus, has held multiple roles within WUT, including Dean of the Faculty of Chemistry. As an expert in industrial catalysis and plasma, he has published six books on chemical technology.
Krzysztof Krawczyk is a full professor at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Warsaw University of Technology (WUT). He specializes in inorganic technology, catalysis, and electroplasma. He holds 15 patents and is the author of three books and over 100 articles.
Jan Petryk, Professor Emeritus at WUT, specializes in industrial catalysis, in particular nitric acid production. He has published two books, and numerous articles in journals such as Applied Catalysis A. and B.
Jan Sentek, Professor Emeritus at WUT, is an expert in plasma chemistry, holds seven patents and has published six books on chemical technology.
Ewa Iwanek (nee Wilczkowska) is currently an assistant professor at WUT. She completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Toronto, Canada.
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